Visions’ with a Japanese dub



Separated from the canon of the original films and subsequent spinoffs, Visions is a Japanese anime anthology series that tells different and original stories set in alternate versions of the Star wars universe. The series began airing on September 22, 2021, and each episode is currently available to watch.

How can you watch “Star Wars: Visions” in Japanese?

These studios include Kamikaze Douga, Studio Colorido, Trigger, Production IG and Science SARU. Kamikaze Douga is known for his CG work on the first two seasons of Jojo’s bizarre adventure. Trigger doesn’t need to be featured thanks to his popular animation work on shows like Kill La Kill and BNA: brand new animal. Production IG is best known for works like Haikyuu !!, while Science SARU made a name for itself with the 2018 edition Devilman crybaby on Netflix.

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The main English cast of the series includes Hollywood stars like Lucy Liu, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Simu Liu, to name a few. With an English dub, however, the entire series can also be watched with Japanese dialogue and English subtitles when it comes to the studios that created these shorts.

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The huge cast of characters across each short film is credited with English speaking actors as well as renowned Japanese actors. The Japanese cast includes Megumi Han (Gon Freecss of Hunter x hunter), Kazuya Nakai (Roronoa Zoro from A play) and Yuichi Nakamura (Falcons of My hero university).

Language settings can be easily adjusted in Disney Plus, so you can enjoy the whole series over and over again in your preferred language. Besides Japanese and English, the dialogue is also available in Spanish, German and Cantonese, among others.

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'Star Wars: Visions'

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How many “Visions” episodes are there?

Disney Plus is currently airing all nine episodes of the animated anthology series. Each episode lasts 13 to 22 minutes. You can either take your time to immerse yourself in this unique approach to Star wars or you can binge for a long afternoon.

There is currently no official plan for a second season of Visions, but executive producer James Waugh is hopeful it will be possible to continue adding to the anthology and wants to gauge fan reaction to the initial series first.

“We are really excited and love these shorts,” said James. Reverse. “And I think the approach has been ‘let’s see what the audience thinks and react from there. “”

Fortunately, that does not mean the story of Visions is finished for now. The first episode, “The Duel”, has already inspired a romantic adaptation. Star Wars: Ronin: A Novel of Visions is set to build the world of the Jedi Wandering Samurai beyond the 13-minute short. The book will be released on October 12, 2021.


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